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Old 11-20-2009, 01:32 PM
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It won't void your warranty any more than the muffler you have welded in right now, a part has to CAUSE the problem, not just be present on the vehicle. If you melted your rear bumper due to high EGTs then yes...not warranty covered... but for most things, changing the headers/exhaust will not void warranties. If your dealership refuses to touch it cuz it's on then find another dealership since they shouldn't refuse to touch it.

For muffler shops, depending on where you go, but normally they're lower or a comparable price to aftermarket and you know they're made for your truck. Also make sure they have a mandrel bender not just a regular pipe bender, which can crease the pipe, and check their welding...make sure it's seamless, not sloppy tacks.
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